The workshop will accept submissions of technical papers (full papers) and extended abstracts (position papers) written in Portuguese or English, not exceeding 12 and 6 pages, respectively. Submissions should follow the template of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC).
All the (full and position) papers will be judged according to following criteria: adequacy to workshop scope, relevance, technical quality, clarity, originality and evaluation of results. The evaluation of results is desired, but is not a precondition for submission.
All technical articles will be presented orally.
Full papers will be presented in the oral sessions of BraSNAM 2015. The accepted abstracts will also be published in workshop’s proceedings and will be presented as posters.
Authors must identify the topic(s) being addressed in the paper to assist the program committee in the review process. Selected papers will be published in special issues of a journal (to be announced soon).
Each manuscript must be submitted electronically, as a PDF file, via the JEMS submission site (link here).
BraSNAM topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Big social data: Methodologies and frameworks
- Cases and application to real life situations: Medicine, Science, Education, Marketing, Team Formation, Decision Making, Management and others.
- Community detection and evolution
- Contextualized analysis of social and information networks
- Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding
- Detection of spam, misinformation and malicious activitiesDynamics and evolution patterns of large social networks
- Expertise identification
- Extraction and treatment of social data
- Flow and diffusion of information
- Influence detection
- Infrastructure support for social networks and systems
- Linking prediction and simulation
- Management of social network data
- Mining techniques
- Mobile and smart multimedia sensors
- Modeling and inferring of user behavior
- Models of advertising and monetization in social networks
- Monitoring social networks
- Multilingual social networks
- Security and privacy in social networks
- Social information and retrieval systems
- Social information applied to recommender systems
- Social networks and online education
- Social networks as agents of societal change
- Social networks visualization
- Trust and reputations in social networks
**Selected papers will be published in special issues of a journal (to be announced soon) **
- Full and Short Paper Submission: April,
1327 (firm deadline)
- Notification: June,
- Final Version: June, 18
- Conference: July, 21-22